What’s the Difference Between Silkpeel and Dermalinfusion?
If you’ve been looking into getting your first Dermalinfusion treatment at our spa or any other spa, congratulations to you! We have no doubt you’re going to love your treatment, and the gentle exfoliation, rejuvenation, extraction and infusion that Dermalinfusion brings. Whether you’re treating fine lines, acne scars, or just basic skin resurfacing, Dermalinfusion can work on a variety of skin conditions.
We have been so happy to bring it to our clients and know that we made the right choice going with Dermalinfusion over anything else (but we’ll get to that later). It’s truly proven to be a game-changer for our clients, and we have no doubt you will be another customer happy with your treatment!
We will get into more detail later on to give you all the information about what Dermalinfusion actually involves and how it compares to other procedures, just so you can be fully informed about what the treatment is. But we first wanted to clear something up before we get to all that: the lingo.
With any new treatment, it can be a little bit confusing to understand all the different terms that can be used to describe exfoliation treatment. We’ve all been in that situation- you go to your spa website, try to find the best exfoliating treatments, and you get bogged down in all the different terminology and lingo. It can be a little bit daunting, especially if this is your first time getting a Dermalinfusion treatment. We don’t want you to see a list of different words or get freaked out, so we’ve got all the information you need about your dead skin cell rejuvenation treatments.
If you’ve been looking to go to your spa for a Dermalinfusion treatment, you might have come across the term Silkpeel, and wondered if it has anything to do with Dermalinfusion. You might have also heard about “Silkpeel Dermalinfusion treatments”, which can cause even more confusion. A big question that we’ve had from our clients at Bare Necessities is this: what’s the difference between Silkpeel and Dermalinfusion? Is there a difference between Silkpeel Dermalinfusion and just regular old Dermalinfusion? Are they two separate options or can you get both at once? And if so, which is better?
We’re here to clear things up for you: Silkpeel and Dermalinfusion, both owned by Envy Medical, actually refer to the same thing. Silkpeel is the old name that was previously used for the same technology and device used in Dermalinfusion, which is now the name used for all these treatments. So there’s actually no question of which is better- they both refer to the exact same procedure which our customers have started to really love.
“Silkpeel Dermalinfusion” and “Silkpeel” are just fancier ways of saying Dermalinfusion and represent an evolution in the name over the years. You know how it goes- sometimes you just want to simplify something, and that’s exactly what happened with Silkpeel Dermalinfusion. So if you hear someone talking about Silkpeel, and you’re worried that it might be a better or different option to Dermalinfusion, don’t believe it! Silkpeel and Dermalinfusion are actually both interchangeable terms to refer to this groundbreaking technology which exfoliates the skin, extracts pores, and infuses the skin with a hydrating serum.
So if you’re reading articles or research that is a little bit older, and it refers to Silkpeel, don’t be worried that you’ve missed out on the newest trend! Dermalinfusion is just a simpler way of referring to the process, so it’s become the more commonly-used term by Envy Medical.
Dermalinfusion vs. Microdermabrasion
If you’re a frequenter of spas, you probably have heard of Microdermabrasion. You might have even had a few treatments! Designed to stimulate collagen production, Microdermabrasion is very commonly used to remove dead skin cells and also treat signs of aging like fine lines or crow’s feet. It is also commonly performed alongside a chemical peel or a facial, to give you an overall enjoyable experience. (We also offer it at Bare Necessities- check out our page on it here!) If you’ve had microdermabrasion treatments, you might be unsure of changing up your routine with Dermalinfusion. So let’s get into this: what is the difference between Dermalinfusion and Microdermabrasion, and which is better to give you that smoother skin you’ve always wanted?
But don’t be fooled- though they both use a similar looking device, microdermabrasion is actually very different to Dermalinfusion. Let’s first look at what microdermabrasion actually is and if it or Dermalinfusion is the best type of facial for you!
Microdermabrasion is well-known because of its ability to exfoliate. So if you’re sick of all that dead skin, this is a good treatment! It also has many of the same appealing features as Dermalinfusion, such as:
- 1. It’s a non-invasive treatment. Both Dermalinfusion and Microdermabrasion apply technology to the surface of the skin, meaning that they’re far from the invasive skin treatments that used to be commonplace. So don’t worry about any pain or nasty side effects! And both Microdermabrasion and Dermalinfusion only take 30 minutes, so you will be out of the spa in no time.
- 2. Both Microdermabrasion and Dermalinfusion provide skin exfoliation. The main technique used in Microdermabrasion- the so-called ‘tiny diamonds- act with vacuum-like technology to gently exfoliate the skin. This resurfaces the skin and leaves it smooth. This is a great option if you’re tired of having rough skin and are sick of elaborate skin care routines to keep your skin in good shape!
- 3. Little down time. Your skin will be a little red after the procedure, but with both Dermalinfusion and Microdermabrasion, you won’t have to wait to get back to your regular activities.
- 4. You’ll have more youthful-looking skin. The exfoliating process involved in both microdermabrasion and Dermalinfusion has great age-defying results. The skin ends up looking much more fresh, younger, and line-free.
While there are some similarities between Microdermabrasion and Dermalinfusion, many people consider Dermalinfusion (or Silkpeel Dermalinfusion, as it’s sometimes called!) to be an upgrade from Microdermabrasion. This is because while Microdermabrasion only exfoliates the skin, Dermalinfusion exfoliates, extracts AND infuses the skin to provide peak hydration. So basically, Dermalinfusion has all of the same benefits listed above that Microdermabrasion has but has even more in addition!
Some of the Dermalinfusion benefits include, but are not limited to:
- 1. An effective, 3-in-1 treatment. Beyond simple exfoliation, Dermalinfusion treatments extract AND infuse the areas to give you hydrated and healthy skin. This goes beyond simple Microdermabrasion, which is limited to exfoliation, and includes a serum infusion that helps keep your skin radiant and smooth.
- 2. It works on all skin types. Microdermabrasion can be a bit harsh on the skin if you’re prone to particularly sensitive or dry skin. Since there is no infusion element, it lacks
It goes beyond surface level. Dermalinfusion, on the other hand, can be used to treat many skin conditions- including dry skin.
- Drastic change. If you’ve been sick of the way your skin looks, a full treatment of either microdermabrasion can dramatically affect the skin and make it radiant and glowing.
- One word: Hydration. Microdermabrasion is considered to be more of a ‘dry’ treatment, due to the crystals used, and can be a bit difficult if you have skin that’s drier or sensitive. The serum infusion is particularly cleansing and is a big reason why many of our customers prefer Dermalinfusion to Microdermabrasion.
- It goes deeper. If you’ve been sick of the way your skin looks, a full treatment of either microdermabrasion can dramatically affect the skin and make it radiant and glowing.
So over all, the choice is yours! Depending on what you’re looking for, it might be better to go for a simple Microdermabrasion treatment if you have fairly regular skin and are just looking for a good exfoliation treatment. But if you have dry or sensitive skin, or have specific skin conditions, Dermalinfusion treatments offer you much more than your traditional Microdermabrasion treatment.
Is Dermalinfusion Safe?
Like any skincare procedure, safety is a primary concern when it comes to your skin: no matter what type of facial you’re having done. You might know friends with horror stories from archaic facials that caused them pain or have memories of the painful pore extractions you have had. You probably are wondering: are facials worth it? Does microdermabrasion hurt? Will my Dermalinfusion treatment leave me in pain for days?
At Bare Necessities, we don’t believe any non-invasive procedure should cause you pain, which is why we promote and invest in treatments designed to be painless and give you maximum comfort. So while only you can decide if facials are worth it, we can promise you that your Dermalinfusion or Microdermabrasion treatment will not cause you any discomfort. In fact, we have good news- Dermalinfusion is a procedure that is completely pain free! The technology was developed after Microdermabrasion, which was similarly lauded for its facial benefits that caused no pain. This is something we’re very committed to at Bare Necessities- we don’t think anything you’re going to a spa for should cause you to be in pain.
So if you’re used to pore extractions that involve sharp tools being pressed into your skin, fear not. Dermalinfusion facials involve the gentle suctioning of the skin to address and particular problems that you may have. Dermalinfusion particularly works for all skin types and many skin conditions including acne scarring and fine lines. Plus, through its groundbreaking serum infusion (step 3 in your treatment), it leaves the skin feeling healthy and hydrated. At Bare Necessities, all of our aestheticians are trained in providing the most comfortable treatment possible, so you can expect to be pampered and leave our spa feeling even better than before.
The only thing you will need to look out for with both a Dermalinfusion facial and a Microdermabrasion treatment is slight redness around the skin after the treatment. This is because of the suction-like material that’s used to treat the skin- that vacuum technology that uses diamond tips to exfoliate the skin. This can cause a bit of redness, but don’t worry- it won’t last long. And after it fades, you’ll be left with smooth, radiant, and extremely hydrated skin.
But don’t take our word for it- our clients are happy to report that their procedure was not at all painful and appreciate how there is little downtime to the procedure. So if you’re getting your Dermalinfusion treatment and want to be able to go back to all your normal activities, don’t be worried- you shouldn’t have to take any time to recover from Dermalinfusion. Plus, without Dermalinfusion treatments, we end each session by moisturizing the area and applying sunscreen to make sure we only provide you with peak skin care. We only want you to leave or spa happy, so if you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to contact us!
If you’re looking for something additional to treat the redness, just use any type of cold compress as you would normally do for redness and keep the skin hydrated (this can even be helped by drinking a glass of water). An obvious exception is- don’t use any facial scrub or exfoliant! Dermalinfusion facials essentially already act as a big exfoliant, so adding another home exfoliation onto it will just increase the redness of the skin. Your layer of dead skin cells will have already been removed from your skin resurfacing treatment, so you don’t need an additional exfoliating treatment. It’s also a good idea to avoid sun damage after having your treatment, as this can have a negative effect on the skin. So if you live in a place that’s particularly sunny, or are planning on hitting the beach, take extra sunblock and maybe even grab a hat just to be safe.
What is Dermalinfusion?
Now that we’ve answered some of the most commonly-received questions about Dermalinfusion, you might be thinking of booking in for an appointment at a spa that provides Dermalinfusion near you! But before you go booking in just yet, it’s time to answer the obvious question- what exactly is Dermalinfusion in the first place?
Dermalinfusion (also called Silkpeel Dermalinfusion) is a three-step procedure owned by Envy Medical that helps rejuvenate the skin through exfoliation, extraction, and infusion. This procedure involves a diamond tipped surface that can be used anywhere you like to treat a variety of skin conditions. An advanced skin resurfacing treatment, it is known for providing drastic results and ability to halt particular problematic skin conditions! Whether you’re treating fine lines and wrinkles, acne scarring, or just want your skin to feel softer and more rejuvenated.
Dermalinfusion is a great choice to achieve these results.
If you’ve had microdermabrasion, you might feel like you know all about Dermalinfusion due to the similarities in the device! But there are actually many differences, and it’s a good idea to know exactly what you’re getting yourself into if you’re planning on going in for a Dermalinfusion treatment.
Let’s go through the three steps of Dermalinfusion:
- 1. Exfoliation: Exfoliation is the process of removing the dead skin cells or any dry or damaged skin. The exfoliation process works to smooth out the skin and get rid of all that roughness that you feel. This helps to stimulate collagen production as well, which helps keep the skin tight and healthy.
- 2. Extraction: This is where your pores come into play! Extraction allows for the deep cleansing of the pores and the surface of the skin.
- 3. Serum infusion: This is the most unique and exciting element of Dermalinfusion. By infusing the skin at the same time of extraction, your skin can be penetrated more deeply and allow for amazing results.
The serum used in this exfoliating treatment is particularly successful at treating a number of skin conditions, no matter your skin type. A series of Dermalinfusion treatments can have amazing effects in treating conditions as the serums can be customized to your specific skin concerns! Dermalinfusion benefits include the number of conditions it can treat. Here are just a few of the conditions that Dermalinfusion can help:
- 1. Hyperpigmentation. Dark spots, sun damage, PIH… Dermalinfusion can help repair these unfortunate skin effects and leave you feeling refreshed and better than ever.
- 2. Signs of aging. Whether this be crow’s feet, fine lines, wrinkles, Dermalinfusion can help tighten up your skin. And since this technology can penetrate deeper than other technologies, you’ll see even greater results!
- 3. Dry/Dehydrated skin. We know sometimes microdermabrasion treatments can feel harsh on your skin. If this has been your experience, Dermalinfusion might be a welcome change. The serum helps keep the skin hydrated and healthy.
- 4. Oily skin. If you have oily skin, this treatment can also greatly improve your skin’s quality. Dermalinfusion works on all skin types and can help treat your oily skin just as well as it can treat dry skin.
The fact that you can customize your serum to your specific skin condition is just one of the reasons that we highly recommend Dermalinfusion to our customers. And if you’re still a little bit unsure, you can always contact us to talk about your specific skin care routine! We can help understand what your “problem areas” are and give recommendations on what serum would work best for you.
In addition to all of this, another thing we love about Dermalinfusion is that it has no side effects (apart from a bit of redness), and it’s quick. It only takes about 30 minutes, and afterwards we just know you’re going to be feeling the amazing effects of having smooth, hydrated skin. If you have any other questions about your treatment, or just want to know what to expect, give us a call and we can help you out!
Does Dermalinfusion Help with Acne?
At Bare Necessities, many of our customers suffer from acne and seek treatments that can be effective targets against acne. We know that suffering from acne can sap your confidence, and it can be frustrating to try treatment after treatment with few results. We don’t want our clients to have another unsuccessful treatment to treat their acne, which is part of the reason why we chose Dermalinfusion- its groundbreaking technology can help start acne at its source. In fact, one of the biggest uses of Dermalinfusion is to treat acne. A Dermalinfusion facial has many benefits as we’ve gone into already, but if you have acne, you could get added benefits from a Dermalinfusion facial that you might not know about.
In fact “Silkpeel for acne” used to be a very common treatment (before the name Dermalinfusion became commonplace) and still is very appealing to many people who suffer from acne. Whether you have suffered from acne your whole life, or only have the occasional breakout, Dermalinfusion can be very beneficial to the skin. Without getting too technical, acne is particularly helped with the “infusion” part of the three-step treatment involved in a Dermalinfusion facial.
Using the fine diamond tips and suction-like material, the process infuses the skin with serum to keep it well hydrated and healthy. For those who suffer from acne, this can be game-changing for the treatments you might have used in the past! Envy Medical’s amazing skin resurfacing treatment involves not only an exfoliating treatment, but acts as a pore clarifying procedure through extraction, in addition to the serum infusion benefits. In addition to the fact that it only takes 30 minutes, Dermalinfusion might be the best treatment to help revive your skin cells and treat all those pesky skin conditions.
Another benefit of this type of treatment is how it can get right to the source of acne. Unlike the topical creams and ointments you might have been prescribed, Dermalinfusion treatments don’t just stop at the surface- the process is able to break through your clogged pores and work to flush out acne at its start. The Dermalinfusion procedure is able to stimulate new cell growth which helps treat not only acne but fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, stretch marks, and other common skin conditions. At Bare Necessities, we combine Dermalinfusion with a skin analysis at the start, and a moisturizing treatment at the end to leave your skin feeling healthy and hydrated.
Whether you’ve suffered from acne your whole life, or only occasionally have a breakout, Dermalinfusion facials are known to help reduce acne and leave you with clearer, healthier skin. In fact, some studies have shown that Dermalinfusion can anywhere between 50-80% of visible acne, which makes it one of the most effective treatments to treat acne! In addition, if you have acne scars as well, our Dermalinfusion treatments can help reduce their appearance as well. We want you to say goodbye to acne, and a series of Dermalinfusion treatments will have a great effect on your skin. What we particularly love about Dermalinfusion is its simultaneous exfoliation, extraction and infusion that helps stop acne in its tracks and prevent it in the future.
One final point about your treatment- if you’re being treated for your acne by a dermatologist or any other professional, don’t worry- it is perfectly safe to use Dermalinfusion facials in conjunction with any other treatment you’re currently using to treat your acne. And if you have any other issues particular to your skin type that you’re concerned about, feel free to contact us at any time to go over your specific skin concerns. The first part of your Dermalinfusion session will also involve a skin analysis, so we can go over anything you’re worried about in particular with your acne treatment or how it will work in conjunction with any other treatments you may be receiving for your acne.
What Can I Expect From Dermalinfusion?
What you get out of Dermalinfusion depends on what you want from the treatment. Or you might wonder: what is your ‘Dermalinfusion before and after’ image going to look like? Will you see immediate results? What kind of Dermalinfusion (or ‘Silkpeel Dermalinfusion’) reviews are out there?
While many of these questions have answers that will depend on your personal circumstances (e.g. how many treatments you’re going in for, what your skin is generally like, what specific skin condition you’re looking to treat, if you have particularly sensitive skin, etc), there are a few things you can expect at all Dermalinfusion appointments.
Firstly, you can expect the appointment to last around 30 minutes. Though the name might make it sound complex, Dermalinfusion is a very simple procedure, and it doesn’t take as long as you might think to exfoliate, extract and infuse the skin! It doesn’t involve any chemicals, and as previously mentioned, is completely painless. The only side effect you have to worry about is a bit of redness on the skin that will fade quickly. Your aesthetician will walk you through exactly what the session will involve and might differ depending on how much you want to have done, but the procedure itself is performed quickly.
Secondly, you can expect that your skin will feel more hydrated and smoother after the appointment. The combination of exfoliation, extraction and infusion means that the skin is more refreshed after compared to before the Dermalinfusion treatment. Whether you’re going i to treat fine lines, dead skin, or any other condition, this amazing resurfacing treatment will leave you with skin that has never felt cleaner or fresher. Envy Medical reports that Dermalinfusion has been shown to volumize the skin by 70%, so you can expect pretty exciting results from even your first treatment! (Click here if you want to see more before and after results of Dermalinfusion!)
Thirdly, when you go in for your appointment, your aesthetician will explain everything that will happen to make sure you’re feeling as comfortable as possible. At Bare Necessities, our standalone Dermalinfusion treatment involves skin analysis, followed by a double cleanse, Dermalinfusion treatment, and ends with moisturizing and applying sunblock to the skin. Our You can also discuss your specific skin concerns and what areas you would like to focus on to help your aesthetician focus the treatment. Most Dermalinfusion treatments are performed on the face, but you can have Dermalinfusion performed wherever you like- the neck and hands are popular treatment spots.
No matter what you’re going in for, we have no doubt that you are going to be thrilled with the results from your treatment. And if for whatever reason you’re not satisfied, make sure to tell your aesthetician what you would rather have them do! We at Bare Necessities want to make sure you’re as satisfied as possible with your treatment and are more than happy to customize your treatment to fit your needs.
How Much Does Dermalinfusion Cost?
If you’re planning on going in for your first Dermalinfusion treatment, you might wonder- how much will it cost?
Most spas or salons (including Bare Necessities) offer a few different options for Dermalinfusion, and the prices tend to increase if you want to add extra treatments in addition to the Dermalinfusion. If you are only looking to have the simple Dermalinfusion treatment done, costs can vary depending on which part of the country you are in. (It tends to be more expensive in New York, for example) We will focus on the cost of Dermalinfusion in Houston, so our local readers can anticipate what it will cost in order to have these treatments done.
At Bare Necessities, we have three options that involve Dermalinfusion. You can either have Dermalinfusion on its own as a standalone treatment, a Dermalinfusion treatment including a traditional facial, or a specific lightening treatment used for hyperpigmentation and melasma. Each option has its own benefits, and you can decide based on what you feel will be best for your specific skin concerns.
Dermalinfusion treatments in Houston on average cost around $150-200 per treatment, and $200-300 if you have any add ons, depending on what specific treatment you’re going in for. This will obviously increase if you’ve booked in for a number of sessions as well. This tends to be the same price as other skin treatments you might have read about, including the HydraFacial.
Here are what the treatments include at Bare Necessities and what the prices are:
1. Dermalinfusion Treatment (Standalone)
This is the most basic option and is 30 minutes long. It includes the following:
- Skin analysisThis is where we’ll go over your specific concerns and areas you’re looking to treat with Dermalinfusion. This will help us tailor the treatment to your needs and give you the infusion that will help best achieve the results you’re looking for.
- Double cleansingWe will double cleanse the skin to make sure to get rid of anything on the face- make up, lotion, any other products that might be lingering on the skin. This will involve the traditional two-stage cleanse of firstly an oil-based cleanse, and secondly, a water-based cleanse. This will leave the skin in good condition for your skin care treatment.
- DermalinfusionThis will involve the three-stage process that we’ve talked about previously. Firstly, there will be the controlled exfoliation of the skin to remove the dead skin cells and leave the skin smooth. Secondly, extraction will help clear out your pores and get rid of any other skin issues occurring underneath the surface. Thirdly, a special serum will infuse the skin and helps keep it hydrated and healthy. Whether you are treating sun damage, stretch marks, or just fine lines and wrinkles, the serum can be customized to your skin specific concerns.
- Moisturizing the skin and applying sunscreen.This is the final stage of our basic package which will help with the slight redness that will appear after the Dermalinfusion treatment.
Our Dermalinfusion treatment as a standalone cost $175 and will last around 30 minutes.
2. Dermalinfusion with facial
This option includes all of the above in the standard Dermalinfusion treatment, but also includes the following:
- Specific extractions: If you have any ingrown hairs or particular pore issues that you’re concerned about, or any other particular skin conditions, we can provide you with extractions.
- Mask: This traditional face mask will be applied to your face in order to help provide a relaxing, hydrating treatment on your face and neck.
- Massage: We know that life is stressful, so the Dermalinfusion with facial option includes a massage element to help keep you relaxed and stress-free during your skin treatment.
Our Dermalinfusion treatment with the added facial will last around an hour and costs $235.
3. Lightening treatment for hyperpigmentation and melasma.
This option includes the Dermalinfusion treatment, and also includes:
- Lightening treatmentIf you’re sick of those dark spots, or suffer from melasma and hyperpigmentation, this lightening treatment can be used to reduce the appearance of those skin blemishes.
- Deep-level extractionIf you suffer from pimples or comedones, this one’s for you. This extraction goes deep into the layer of the skin to allow for deep level extraction to help heal these skin conditions.
This treatment costs $250 and will last between 45 minutes and an hour, depending on if you want the extraction option.
Overall, at Bare Necessities we can meet your needs and you can choose the best option for you based on what you want out of the session. Do not hesitate to contact us if you want to discuss the various options and what might work best for you.
Dermalinfusion vs. HydraFacial. What is the Difference, and Which is Best?
If you’re looking into getting your first Dermalinfusion treatment, odds are you’ve also come across a similar treatment: the HydraFacial treatment. Here at Bare Necessities, we also looked at HydraFacial when we were looking to bring in a new skincare treatment to our spa to figure out what was the best option for our clients. It was very important for us to look at all the options and pick out the best one that will help benefit the most clients as possible, and we are confident we made the right choice. Let’s go through what each is and why we chose to bring Dermalinfusion to Bare Necessities instead of HydraFacial.
While HydraFacial does extract and infuse the skin, it misses out on a key element that Dermalinfusion offers: exfoliating the skin and leaving it smooth and healthy. We find exfoliation to be a necessary part of skin rejuvenation, and we knew that whatever skin procedure we brought to the table needed to have an exfoliating element. Exfoliation allows for the removal of dead skin cells and makes the skin smoother- this is particularly necessary if you tend to have really rough skin. It also helps stimulate collagen production, which will help keep the skin tight for longer and help keep it youthful and healthy.
The tiny diamond tip suction used in Dermalinfusion means that your skin gets a more thorough and effective treatment, and we have no doubt you’ll love the results of the exfoliating part of Dermalinfusion. We felt that exfoliation was an absolutely vital part of skin treatments, and we were disappointed to find out that HydraFacial did not include exfoliation as a part of its service.
Another benefit of Dermalinfusion is that it can be customized to your specific skin needs through its particular infusion properties to help give you the results that you want for your skin- in less time. Whether you’re suffering from sun damage, acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, our are just looking for help with anti-aging, our aestheticians are more than happy to talk about your specific skin concerns and come up with the best skin care treatment for you.
What we found with HydraFacial was that it didn’t appear to allow for as many customizing options and tended to follow a more “one size fits all” approach which we do not think fits with the variety of customers that we see in the spa. We wanted to make sure that you have all the options available to you, and don’t feel like you have to go with one option over another.
We also were pleased with how Dermalinfusion can be used on the face in addition to the body in a more aggressive manner than with HydraFacial, which can only be used on the face. We know that areas of the skin beyond the face can use the benefits of a moisturizing facial or Dermalinfusion, which is why we were happy to find a procedure that works for any part of the body you feel could benefit from Dermalinfusion, whether that be your neck, hands, or even lips.
In addition, Dermalinfusion is great at penetrating the skin so that the skin conditions that have been bothering you for years can be stopped at the source. This makes it particularly useful against skin conditions such as acne, in a way that we did not find was present with HydraFacial. When it comes down to it, Dermalinfusion has all the same benefits as HydraFacial – and then some!
We also found that HydraFacial only really provides surface level moisturizing to the face. This limits its capabilities, while Dermalinfusion can not only resurface the skin but infuse the skin with effective serums to help stop your specific skin problems at their source. We know that many of our clients are sick of having to do skin treatments over and over to treat with their longstanding skin conditions, and we want to make sure you are getting the best value for your money!
So, at the end of the day: Dermalinfusion vs HydraFacial, which procedure wins out?
Though we know HydraFacial has the hype, marketing and the name recognition, we made a choice to go for the brand that we felt actually provided the results our customers are looking for. Unlike HydraFacial, which only works surface level, Dermalinfusion can actually go below the surface for deep extraction, exfoliation, and infusion in a way that will leave your skin radiant.
We know this is very important for our clients, and you’re our number one priority- over anything else. We also saw that Dermalinfusion and HydraFacial were practically the same price- both in terms of cost of the machine and cost to you, the client. Since we saw that Dermalinfusion had all the benefits of HydraFacial but even more, it seemed like an obvious choice to go for the procedure that involved even more benefits for the same price!
If you’re interested in having Dermalinfusion done at our spa, you can now book an appointment online here! Or if you would like to talk to us more about your specific skin type and get our recommendations about which of our three Dermalinfusion options could be right for you, contact us and we can give you advice. We can’t wait to see you in the spa!